Northeast Maglev line could tunnel under Lansdowne, Baltimore Highlands

The Maryland Department of Transportation is in the first year of a three-year environmental impact study funded by the federal government to determine how each route would affect the region, Henley said.
Maryland Transit Administration spokesman Paul Shepard declined to set up an interview with those involved in the maglev study, saying in an email that “we are far too early on the process to discuss community impacts at this point.”
If the project receives a green light, Henley said Northeast Maglev could start construction as early as 2019 or 2020.